1704 Titans Larry Prior 435a (2)On April 7, over 400 members of the region’s technology community came together at The Ritz-Carlton, Tysons Corner for an NVTC Titans breakfast featuring Larry Prior, president and CEO of CSRA, a leading provider of next-generation IT solutions and professional services for U.S. government agencies and programs.

Prior highlighted the “fundamental refresh” occurring in tech today, being driven by demand for the cloud and processing capabilities at the edge. This next-gen IT revolution isn’t just happening in the commercial sector; government clients are also expecting automated workflow and agile network systems that function like the apps on their personal devices.

Prior also discussed  last year’s merger between CSC and SRA to form CSRA. He shared how the merger has allowed CSRA to scale its business to meet the government’s IT needs. Through increased financial investments in R&D, leveraging a newly-expanded talent pool and bolstering partnerships, CSRA has been able to scale its business. Prior also noted how consolidations and mergers are becoming a more common trend in the tech industry.

Scaling is happening at a regional level in Greater Washington, too, according to Prior. The region’s strengths in partnership-building, collaboration, commitment to mission and passion for customers gives organizations here a strong foundation and competitive advantage, particularly with government customers. Prior noted that Greater Washington is a “model for tomorrow” in improving technology and impacting change on a national level.

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New TITANS logo RGB TransparentWeren’t able to make it to our Titans event in December with Rolls-Royce North America President and CEO Marion Blakey? We’ve got video recaps for you below!

In the videos you’ll hear about Blakey’s predictions for the upcoming presidential transition, get updates from Rolls-Royce North America’s Executive Vice President and General Counsel Thomas Dale on Rolls-Royce North America’s latest work in personal aircraft, hybrid electric powered planes, autonomous aircraft and how Rolls-Royce North America is collaborating with Microsoft to leverage the use of big data and the Internet of Things to reduce costs, improve performance and provide better value.

Marion Blakey, President and CEO, Rolls-Royce North America:

Thomas Dale, Executive Vice President and General Counsel, Rolls-Royce North America:

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